Compassionate Crisis Response (SOLD OUT)
All in-person trainings offered by Oaks Mental Health follow current provincial guidelines. Mask wearing is recommended and there will be hand sanitizer available.
Our regular refund policy will be waived for anyone unable to attend due to illness.
Risk factors and warning signs
Assessing the likelihood of a suicide attempt
Tiered responses to lower vs. higher risk suicidal thoughts
Creating effective, compassionate safety plans.
Debriefing and preventing further panic attacks.
Medical emergencies vs. basic first aid.
Collaborating alternatives to self-harm.
Diverse presentations of psychosis.
Addressing delusions and hallucinations.
Building rapport and trust.
Reducing external stimuli.
History of violence considerations.